Category: Nonviolence, a style of politics for peace

New Publication: A Policymaker’s Tool for Effective, Nonviolent Strategies for Sustainable Peace

We are pleased to launch a new publication for policymakers (and all those who want to make nonviolence a matter of policy!). The short, illustrative and practical brochure illustrates how nonviolence at the policy level has been proven effective around the world. We brought together experts and stories from around our movement to highlight the

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New Videos: Understanding Nonviolence

The Catholic Nonviolence Initiative of Pax Christi International is grateful for the assistance of Tom Eddington in creating the following four videos which help explain different components of nonviolence. Each segment is unique. Defining nonviolence — interviews with Myla Leguro (Philippines), Archbishop Peter Chong (Fiji), Rania Murra (Palestine), Fr. Emmanuel Katongole (Uganda), Jasmin Nario Galace (Philippines),

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New book: Advancing Nonviolence and Just Peace in the Church and the World

Pax Christi International and its Catholic Nonviolence Initiative are pleased to announce the publication of Advancing Nonviolence and Just Peace in the Church and the World, the culmination of a three-year global conversation among church leaders, community organizers, activists, social scientists and theologians about how the Catholic Church might return to its Gospel nonviolence roots and transform the world.

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